How to Go Vegan
39 min
Want to go vegan but don't know where to start? In today's episode, Doug and Matt breakdown the steps they recommend you take when transitioning to a plant-based diet.
Plant Proof -  Evidence based nutrition
Plant Proof - Evidence based nutrition
Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories
Vegans...we need to talk with Psychologist Melanie Joy
In *Episode 112* I sit down with *Harvard-educated* *Psychologist and best selling author Melanie Joy *to discuss how we form our beliefs about food and how vegans can have healthier, more productive, conversations with non-vegans. An episode that I believe will be highly instructive regardless of the diet that you follow. *In this episode we cover:* * Melanie's personal journey to studying Psychology at Harvard and writing her award winning book* "Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows: An Introduction to Carnism" * * Why our food choices matter * The carnism ideaology * Carnistic defense systems and the three N's: 'Normal, Natural and Necessary * Effective vegan advocacy: how to communicate better as a vegan * Shame vs guilt * The idea of thinking about process vs content when communicating with someone who holds a different opinion to you * Why the debate format sets us up to fail * How you can be a part of the solution * What a 'vegan ally' is * The idea of watering the right seeds * and much more While my episodes usually focus on nutrition science I found this exchange fascinating and believe many of the learnings hold true for our communication in general, whether that be related to food choices and the exploitation of animals or not. My plan is to extend this into a 3-4 part series, with Melanie to return and another high profile vegan activist in the coming months so we can continue exploring this topic together. *Resources*: The 3 minute video on Carnism created by Melanie and her team Beyond Carnism that I referred to in this conversation Connect with Melanie on Instagram @beyondcarnism website Melanie's Book Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows: An Introduction to Carnism, 10th Anniversary Edition The Vegan Matrix - another book written by Melanie exploring what she believes is a serious problem with the vegan movement: unexamined privilege. Melanie's 2015 TedX Talk Toward Rational, Authentic Food Choices *My Book:* My book is coming out early 2021 published with Penguin - I cannot wait to share with you. In the lead up the launch I am going to share information about the title, cover, ways to win a copy, live event dates, free e-books etc. Register your email here so I can keep you up to date. *Want to support the show?* The single best way you can support the show is by leaving a review on Apple podcast app - it only takes a few minutes and would be much appreciated. *Simon Hill, Nutritionist, Physiotherapist * Creator of and host of the Plant Proof Podcast Connect with me on Instagram and Twitter @plant_proof
1 hr 27 min
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
Physicians Committee
Top Turkey Alternatives For Vegan Thanksgiving
These are some of the best options for replacing turkey at Thanksgiving! Dietitians Lee Crosby and Maggie Neola join “The Weight Loss Champion” Chuck Carroll with 10 tasty ideas that will please both longtime vegans and lifelong turkey lovers! What makes this year’s menu truly extraordinary is Lee’s plant-based Turducken recipe — Vegducken! The mouthwatering menu will get you ready to celebrate the healthiest Thanksgiving ever. Plus, Maggie has tips for scaling back Thanksgiving recipes as many of us will be celebrating at home this year due to the pandemic. Also, Dr. Neal Barnard takes a close look at a study that finds vegans and vegetarians are at a higher risk for bone fractures than people who eat meat. He explores why the research showed what it did and what is being overlooked. Dr. Barnard’s conclusions might surprise you! This episode of The Exam Room™ Podcast is sponsored by The Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund, which supports organizations like the Physicians Committee that carry on Greg’s passion and love for animals through rescue efforts, veganism, and wildlife conservation. — — — Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund — — — Recipes Turkey Alternatives: PCRM Thanksgiving Guide: — — — Lee Crosby Twitter: @Veggie_Quest IG: @leeatveggiequest Web: — — — Dr. Neal Barnard Twitter: @drnealbarnard IG: @drnealbarnard Facebook: — — — Chuck Carroll Twitter: @ChuckCarrollWLC IG: @ChuckCarrollWLC — — — Physicians Committee Twitter: @PCRM IG: @PhysiciansCommittee Facebook: YouTube: — — — Barnard Medical Center Telemedicine Schedule Appointment 202-527-7500 — — — Share the Show Please subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or many other podcast providers. Don’t forget to share it with a friend for inspiration!
57 min
The Darin Olien Show
The Darin Olien Show
Darin Olien
Could Sirtuins Increase Your Life & Slow Down The Aging Process?
Aging. It's a process in life that we're all going through- right from the second we're born. Although aging isn't actually a disease, it does bring many risks. Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, and cancer are just a few examples.  But what if everything we think we know about aging is about to change?  A few radical yet innovative scientists propose that aging may not be as inevitable as we once thought. Dr. David Sinclair is a Harvard Professor who is best known for his research on aging and lifespan extension. In 2014, he nabbed the title for one of the 100 "most influential people in the world" by TIME magazine. In a recent episode of The Darin Olien Show, we started discussing redefining the process of aging with a massive spotlight on the roles of sirtuins, resveratrol, and NAD+. What Are Sirtuins? Since the early 1990s, scientists have managed to pinpoint at least one so-called "Longevity gene." These age-controlling genes are present in almost every single lifeform on the planet. One group of these genes is known as sirtuins.  Sirtuins are protein enzymes that regulate various cellular functions. These functions include aging, inflammation, detoxification, stress resistance, metabolism, sleep cycles, and mitochondrial biogenesis (DNA). There are several sirtuins that an organism can have, ranging from SIRT-1 through to SIRT-7. For example, bacteria have one, yeasts have five, and humans have seven.  "Without them, the body doesn't really know how to take care of themselves. That includes things like digest food well, process it, give the body energy, heal itself, even memory is controlled by these sirtuins."  Intermittent Fasting & Sirtuins Fad diets are everywhere. But one that seems to have stuck, and is doing us some good, is intermittent fasting. For a while now, scientists have known that restricting your calorie intake can slow the aging process. This is because calorie restriction stimulates sirtuin activity. Fasting is a type of biological stress for our bodies. "If we skip a meal or two, or even three, we know we're not going to run out of food. But our bodies don't know that," says David. "They've evolved to panic when we're not getting enough food, and they turn on these defenses," which in the short term can work wonders on the body.  One of the sirtuins' top functions is autophagy. Think of autophagy as the process of cellular housekeeping. It's the body's way of cleaning out damaged cells to regenerate newer, healthier cells. During starvation, autophagy keeps the body going by using up and breaking down old, cellular junk to keep all the body's necessary processes going.  Regarding sirtuins, "They're quite bossy," David chuckles. "They tell other proteins what to do. They don't do the work themselves." As they begin clearing out cellular waste, they leave in its wake a trail of health benefits. For example: Significantly improve mental focus and concentration Boost and support the body's "good" inflammation response Remove toxic proteins from the cells linked to neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease, and maintain healthy cholesterol levels While this all sounds like some kind of miracle, you have to remember that just skipping a few meals won't permanently help your sirtuin. In fact, its activity declines by about 60% as you age.  So, what can we do to increase our sirtuin activity? Resveratrol Sparks Sirtuins Studies are starting to show that your sirtuin levels will also increase when you boost your resveratrol intake. Resveratrol is part of a group of compounds called polyphenols, which are thought to act similarly to antioxidants.  "It is almost the gasoline or the fuel source for the sirtuins," David says. But, "it's hard to get a lot of resveratrol into the body; it's very insoluble." While you can get a tiny amount from a glass or two of red wine, it still isn’t enough.
53 min
Emily Abbate
139. Mindy Grossman, CEO & President of WW
This is one of those episodes that I've been after for a long time. I feel humbled and excited to bring the Hurdlers my conversation with Mindy Grossman, CEO and President of WW — formerly known as Weight Watchers. (For those who may not know about my weight loss journey, I lost 70 pounds with the help of Weight Watchers in college.) For episode 139, she's telling me about how she got to where she is today — growing up with adopted parents, graduating both high school and college early, and pivoting from the path to law school to follow her passion for business and move to New York City. We chat about her insane career journey, from leading teams at Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren to Nike and HSN, and she shares the best advice she's received in hers. Also: Top three words she'd use to describe Oprah IRL, we discover some comical similarities between the two of us, and swap feelings on NSV (non-scale victories). Trust me: The motivation and inspiration in this episode is deep, and it will leave you inspired to aim higher and want more. SOCIAL LinkedIn: Mindy Grossman @ww @hurdlepodcast @emilyabbate Hurdle Feedback Survey OFFERS Athletic Greens | Head to to get a year’s receive five free travel packs AND a free D3/K2 wellness bundle with your first purchase. Beam | Go to and use code "HURDLE" at checkout for 15 percent off. CHECK OUT: HURDLE SESSIONS All past Sessions are now available on the Hurdle website. Use code "PODCAST" for $5 off, limited to first 25 redemptions, on either of the below: End of Year Goal Setting Workshop, December 9 @ 7:30 p.m. Handling #HURDLEMOMENTS, December 2 @ 7:30 p.m. End of Year Goal Setting Workshop, December 16 @ 1 p.m.  JOIN: THE *Secret* FACEBOOK GROUP BOOK CLUB For our next book club, we'll be reading I Thought It Was Just Me” (But It Isn’t) by Brené Brown. We'll be gathering to discuss on Monday, December 7. To register, click here. --- Send in a voice message:
1 hr 4 min
Plant Prescription Podcast
Plant Prescription Podcast
Muzammil Ahmad, MSc & Cass Warbeck, BSc
Lifestyle medicine & the role of diet on our health with Dr. Melissa Mondala
We are joined in this episode by Dr. Melissa Mondala, a physician board certified in both family medicine and lifestyle medicine. Dr. Mondala is the Director of Primary Care of the newly established Institute of Plant-Based Medicine, in Newport Beach, California and alongside this, serves as family and preventive medicine faculty at Loma Linda University, serves in a lifestyle medicine specialty clinic and inpatient lifestyle medicine service. She is an engaging speaker that brings evidence based methods to combat chronic disease and uplifts potential barriers through self-empowerment and self-compassion. Her mantras are “love yourself through your lifestyle”, “I’m Plantbased without judgment”, and “personalized care is the best healthcare.”  In this episode we cover:  * What inspired her to pursue medicine   * How she was introduced to plant-based nutrition  * The health improvements she experienced personally after changing her diet  * The five pillars of lifestyle medicine  * How lifestyle medicine is used in clinical practice  * Tackling the “low hanging fruits” of lifestyle medicine  * Which types of patients she helps  * How she prescribes exercise  * How much sleep people need and why quality matters  * Managing stress through mindfulness and perception  * Strategies to reduce toxin exposure  You can connect with Dr. Mandala on Instagram: and Facebook:  Dr. Mondala and her partner, Dr. Micah Yu have a joint website here: and her personal website is here:  Episode resources:  * Book an appointment with Melissa through IOPBM:  Thank you for tuning in! Make sure to subscribe to The Plant Prescription Podcast so you get notified when new episodes are published. If you enjoy our material and are listening through Apple Podcasts, please leave us a review as this will help more people discover this podcast. We would love to hear from you guys on what you thought of the episode and what you'd like to hear in the future so please connect with us on Instagram.  IG: Muzammil: @dr.plantbased, Cass: @plant_fueled.  Facebook: @theplantprescription.  Music credit: Scott Holmes.  *Please appreciate that this information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, always seek the opinion of a physician or qualified healthcare provider!*
52 min
Mastering Diabetes Audio Experience
Mastering Diabetes Audio Experience
Cyrus Khambatta, PhD & Robby Barbaro, MPH (both living with type 1 diabetes
I Eat Almost No Carbs and My Blood Sugar Is Still High! – E105
Charlotte is living with type 1 diabetes and decided the best way to manage it was by limited her carbohydrate intake to no more than 50 grams per day, yet still experienced high blood glucose values (over 300 mg/dL) after eating a banana or half a sweet potato She often complained to herself: “I eat almost no carbs and my blood sugar is still high! How is this possible?”⁣ ⁣ After switching to a low-fat, plant-based, whole-food diet, Charlotte now eats whole-carbohydrate foods without experiencing dramatic blood glucose spikes, has reached her ideal body weight and has more energy than she knows what to do with! We know that changing your eating habits and being 100% responsible for food preparation isn’t always easy. If it was, everyone would be doing it. That’s exactly why we created a weekly done-for-you meal plan that’s specifically designed to simplify grocery shopping, simplify food prep, add variety, and reduce overwhelm. Introducing the Mastering Diabetes Weekly Meal Plan! The Weekly Meal Plan conforms to the Mastering Diabetes Method 100%, and it solves the frustrating issues that most people experience when trying to eat the Mastering Diabetes way in the real world. It’s specifically designed to save you time, save you money, and take the guesswork out of shopping, prepping, and preparing delicious, nutrient-dense, plant-based meals. We’re sending this out ahead of time so that you won’t get distracted by special deals on fluffy bath towels or Bluetooth candles. Every week, you’ll receive a weekly meal plan that gives you step-by-step instructions on: * The exact foods to get at the grocery store to save you money * How to prepare delicious meals that will lower your blood glucose and cholesterol * What to batch prep over the weekend to save you time In a nutshell, the meal plan will make you healthier...and if it doesn’t, we’ll give you your money back. We’re very confident you’ll love the Weekly Meal Planner, so try it risk-free and set yourself up for success this holiday season and beyond. Click the link below to get started with the Weekly Meal Plan!
33 min
Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running
Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running
RunnersConnect : Running Coaching Community
The Real Way to Get Mentally Tough: Matt Fitzgerald - 2020-11-25
The Real Way to Get Mentally Tough: Matt Fitzgerald The biggest difference between elites and the rest of us is not simply talent; it’s mental resilience. Matt Fitzgerald has been studying elites his entire career and has learned what techniques the best of the best use to get there. In his new book, The Comeback Quotient, Matt talks about a philosophy called ultrarealism and how we can all apply it to add some extra oomph to our training and push to the next level. Matt is a well-known endurance sports author, coach, and nutritionist. His many books include How Bad Do You Want It?, 80/20 Running, and The Endurance Diet. Matt’s writing has also appeared in numerous magazines, including Outside and Runner’s World, and on popular websites such as and He is a cofounder and co-head coach of 80/20 Endurance and the creator of the Diet Quality Score smartphone app. A lifelong endurance athlete, he speaks frequently at events throughout the United States and internationally. Matt’s work has given him access to some great athletes who have shared their secrets about what it takes to truly become the best in the world, and it’s not just about raw talent or genetics; it’s about the mind. It’s about leveraging science and psychology and philosophy into mental toughness. In The Comeback Quotient, Matt combines those elements that he’s compiled from the best in sport to deliver actionable advice and techniques that any athlete can use to improve. If you haven’t heard of David Goggins, look him up. He overcame an abusive upbringing to transform himself into a Navy Seal, Air Force Ranger, and competitive ultramarathoner, and he is undeniably one of the toughest minds out there. He’s just one example from Matt’s book that he and Coach Claire discuss as they talk about the qualities that athletes like David have that we can all develop in ourselves. Matt’s new book The Comeback Quotient comes out in December 2020, and if you are as interested in training your mind to be as fit as your body, make sure you get a copy! Questions Matt is asked: 6:15 You've written several books on endurance fitness that also seem to have a healthy dose of psychology woven in. What is it about the mental side of the sport that interests you so much? 7:49 I have two little kids, and when they run, they run as fast as they can and then completely poop out. They have no sense of pacing or anything like that, so obviously that’s something that we have to learn. 8:30 Your new book that’s coming out is called The Comeback Quotient. Can you give us a summary of what it's about and why you wanted to write it? 9:56 One thing that you talked a lot about in your book was a philosophy called ultra-realism. Can you explain what that is and why it's important not just for athletes, but for life? 12:24 It sounds so simple when you say, “Just make the best out of it.” How simple is that? But why is it so hard? 14:16 If our brain is so good at predicting, then what do we do when we haven’t thought out a way to get around the obstacle? 16:50 How do you override everything your brain is telling you when you’re in pain? 18:51 You did have a few examples in your book of people who like David Goggins and the Slovenian skier who won Olympic bronze after she had punctured a lung and broken a bunch of ribs. I don't want to be that mentally tough!!! That just sounds pretty stupid some of these things though. Where’s that line? 20:39 Besides just reading your book, how can athletes actively practice mental fitness? It's pretty simple to learn how to physically run your best, but how do you mentally train? Any advice with that? 23:59 You definitely have some stories in the book about people freaking out and things not going so well. 26:37 You basically said to some of the athletes that you’ve coached to stop BSing themselves, and sometimes that’s some realism that’s hard to hear too. 28:13 One thing I definitely have done in a race myself is BSed myself in a positive way and told myself, “It doesn’t hurt. It’s fine. Nothing is wrong here. You can keep going,” when that’s not really the way I feel at all. So I don’t know how that falls into it. I feel like I’m lying to myself in a positive way, if that makes sense. 31:02 Another thing that struck me is a lot of sort of… I don’t know if we call this a self-help book, but a lot of books that are trying to get into the psychology of performance, they only talk about the really positive things. This is called The Comeback Quotient. We’re expecting to read a whole bunch of comeback stories and have everybody get the gold medal at the end, but you included several people who didn’t come back “successfully,” and I’d love to hear about why you chose to do that? 34:02 I think there’s a lot of people, especially new runners, seem to struggle with accepting things that don’t go as expected. Would you say that? 36:37 Another part of the book was your personal journey to train for a triathlon using the mental training techniques that you learned from the ultra-realists. Without giving too much away, what were some of the lessons that you applied for yourself? 39:54 One thing I thought about when reading your race report is it’s very common for people to set goals. So you’ve got your A goal, shoot-the-moon goal, B goal, C goal, but most people aren’t really happy with that C goal. I think that maybe being actually happy with your C goal is like a mental trick that you can do because you didn’t get your A goal in your triathlon, right? And you’re still super, super happy. And how is that possible? How are you not upset that you didn’t get your A goal? 41:44 When does the book come out and what's next for you? Questions I ask everyone: 43:22 If you could go back and talk to yourself when you started running, what advice would you give? 44:09 What is the greatest gift running has given you? 45:12 Where can listeners and charities connect with you? Quotes by Matt: “I’m still running at 49 and I just believe that the most obtrusive barriers in endurance sports are the mental barriers.” “The people who are able to make the very best of the very worst situations in endurance sports, they do so through a process of just facing reality.” “Whether or not you’re already the most resilient person in the world, if you simply just copy what the ultra-realists are doing, you will start to develop those qualities.” “You’re not dependent on reality, kind of the stars aligning. It just doesn’t matter. You can succeed in any situation simply by making the best of it even if the end result is not what you originally wanted.” “It is about the process. Ultimately, when it comes down to it, like you have one race day for every 100 training days or whatever, so those training days you should be enjoying.” Take a Listen on Your Next Run Want more awesome interviews and advice? Subscribe to our iTunes channel Mentioned in this podcast: Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page Follow Matt on: Facebook Twitter We really hope you’ve enjoyed this episode of Run to the Top. The best way you can show your support of the show is to share this podcast with your family and friends and share it on your Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media channel you use. The more people who know about the podcast and download the episodes, the more I can reach out to and get top running influencers, to bring them on and share their advice, which hopefully makes the show even more enjoyable for you!
49 min
Ordinary Vegan Podcast
Ordinary Vegan Podcast
Nancy Montuori
Ordinary Vegan Podcast #91- Turning Your Passion Into A Plant-Based Business Part 2
Is it time to turn your passion for a vegan lifestyle into a plant-based business? What was recently a radical lifestyle choice, eating plants, is now rapidly moving into the mainstream. And if there was ever a time to open a plant-based business, now is the time. According to Meticulous Research, the plant-based food market worth will be 74.2 billion by 2027. Clearly, the growth in this market is due to the nutritional benefits offered by plants and for the sake of the environment. These statistics open a significant opportunity for vegan entrepreneurs. Our podcast guest, Björn Öste, is a seasoned plant-based business owner and entrepreneur. He is co-founder and CEO of Good Idea Drinks. Good Idea is a flavored sparkling water with a blend of five amino acids and chromium that cuts the blood sugar spike after a meal. It's all-natural, un-sweetened, and contains zero calories. Prior to Good Idea, Björn co-founded Oatly. Oatly is one of the most popular non-dairy milks in the world and is sold in over 25 countries. He and his brother Rickard specialize in plant-based food products with preventative properties. In Podcast #91, we speak with plant-based business owner Björn Öste about his entrepreneur journey along with : * Why consumer research is a waste of time * Food as medicine * Working with products that make a real and meaningful difference in people's lives * The science and innovations in food * Raising capital Thanks to Osea Malibu for being today's sponsor. You can receive $10.00 off your order of $50.00 0r more here until December 21, 2020. Additionally, you can find my organic vegan CBD products made from hemp on my website. If you have any questions about how CBD may help you, don't hesitate to reach out to me at For recipes and inspiration, follow me on Instagram @ordinaryvegan and join our fun Facebook Group and community. Sign up here, so you don't miss any of Ordinary Vegan's podcasts or recipes. Also, if you get a chance, please write a review on Spotify or Apple Podcasts so our community can grow. I hope today's podcast inspires you to follow your bliss.
43 min
Beat Your Genes Podcast
Beat Your Genes Podcast
243: Erectile Dysfunction, Pleasure Trap/Ego Trap: Blaming the wrong things
In today's show, the Dr's answer and discuss the following questions: 1. My high blood pressure medication is causing me to underperform in the bedroom to the point where I feel extremely anxious, embarrassed, and guilty that I am losing this part of myself to old age.    My doctor says it's either the meds or a stroke, so I follow her advice.   My wife is very supportive, but I can't help but feel guilty.  How can I help her understand that I do love her and that it's not her physical appearance that is causing my malfunction? 2. Eating foods that make you feel horribly bad. Why am I abusing myself in such manner? Can you help me understand the cycle? 3. When caught between the pleasure and ego trap for food is one way out to somehow get to the point that you know you can eat whatever you want but truly don't want to eat the high fat food? Or is the only way out to be sick and your life depends on it? 4. Can you provide a succinct, complete definition of the term, "Pleasure Trap" in your book of the same name? 5. I’m curious as to why and how we got it so wrong for so long with regards to genetics vs environment. We blame genetics for chronic diseases (diabetes, high cholesterol, cancer, etc), and we blame environment for our personalities, intelligence, behaviors, and life choices. When in reality, it’s the opposite. Who we are individually is genetic, and what diseases we get are driven mostly by environment (food and lifestyle). Once we found out the earth was round and revolves around the sun, most people caught on. How long do you think will it take for society to ‘catch on’ to the truth about genes and environment?
53 min
The Optimal Body
The Optimal Body
Jen Esquer & Dom Fraboni
54 | Frozen Shoulder | What Can You Do to Prevent It & Improve It?
Have pain in your shoulder during certain movements? Join Dr. Jen and Dr. Dom as they explain why avoiding these movements may be a one way track to frozen shoulder.  Listen to get all the information you need to get started on decreasing inflammation in your shoulder and learn how to notice other factors that may be causing this issue.  Tune in as they dive into the benefits of manual therapy and why, if it is done with the right intention, it can give you back that range of motion you’ve been missing.  Frozen shoulder may be a long and painful journey, but this podcast will provide tools and motivation you need to optimize and mobilize your body once again. Get 50% OFF the entire first year of The Optimal Body Membership THIS WEEK ONLY!! Check it out here: No code necessary! What You Will Learn in this PT Pearl: 01:58 – Information behind the different stages of frozen shoulder - Why it's possible to avoid 06:17 – Two symptoms that are seen in frozen shoulder 07:29 – Number one thing to avoid 09:30 – Things you can do to to decrease inflammation 10:43 – Type of manual therapy that is beneficial for frozen shoulder and why 12:27 – How to cope with the dreaded healing time and process of frozen shoulder 14:06 – How to avoid relying on medication for frozen shoulder and control what goes into your body 14:59 – Why creating a safe place for your shoulder with a physical therapist is important To Watch the PT Pearl on YouTube, click here: Research Citations: Frozen Shoulder - Adhesive Capsulitis - OrthoInfo - AAOS. (n.d.). Retrieved from, Hollmann L;Halaki M;Kamper SJ;Haber M;Ginn KA;. (n.d.). Does muscle guarding play a role in range of motion loss in patients with frozen shoulder? Retrieved from Mezian, K. (2020, September 03). Frozen Shoulder. Retrieved from Physical Therapy Guide to Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis). (2020, August 20). Retrieved from To check out the full show notes, visit Doc Jen's website here: --- Send in a voice message:
21 min
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